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D-Grower

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Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« on: October 17, 2015, 09:11:36 PM »
Hello!

I have a bunch of Cassava and chaya cuttings I could trade.

Looking for:

Kangkong
Longevity spinach
Various edible gingers or turmeric(have both regular tumeric, ginger, and galangal)
Water chestnuts
Luffa gourd
Malabar spinach
Varigate vanilla orchid
horse radish
American ground nut
Dioscorea alata and opposita
Blueberry plants for Florida
 Raspberry/Blackberry for FL
Creeping cucumber
Seminole pumpkin
Any tropical fruit seeds especially rare ones(willing to bust out good trades for rare stuff)
Rare culinary and medicinal herbs
Opuntia cactus types with good fruit quality
 Dragon fruit types
Any interesting perennial veggies

other stuff I can trade:
African potato mint cuttings
Kratom cuttings
H. salicifolia seeds
Callisia fragrans
Sour sop seedlings
Hawaiian baby woodrose vines
Cuban oregano cuttings
various sweet potato cuttings
Passiflora incarnata plants
Canna edulis seeds
Lion's ear flower seeds
Desmodium gyrans seeds
Tobacco seeds
Pepper seeds
Various bean seeds bush and pole
Various flower seeds zinnias etc
Various basils
Psychotria viridis leaf cuttings
P. alba leaf cuttings
Good trades only for P. nexus leaf cuttings
Acacia simplex seeds
Trichocereus cactus seeds many kinds
Halley's comet dragon fruit cuttings
Only a ton more...ask I may have...

Happy growing!

DG

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2015, 06:19:55 AM »
I have Malabar spinach, Brazilian spinach, Okinawan spinach and I may have some luffa seeds left.

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2015, 11:20:31 AM »
Thanks for the reply!

I would love some malabar and Brazilian spinach! Also some luffa seeds! What might you be looking for in return?

DG

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #3 on: October 24, 2015, 12:51:16 PM »
Other things I'm looking for too:

Sapindus saponaria
Mint varieties
Scarlet runner bean
Seminole pumpkin
Lamb's quarters
Florida native pawpaws
True yams
Shampoo ginger
Dwarf coffee
Allspice
Star anise
Clove
Cashew
Blackberry jam fruit
Any rare edible I'll consider please make offers!


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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #4 on: October 24, 2015, 04:15:47 PM »
i have some tomato seeds for exchange

Green Moldovan
Peach
Peach Blow Sutton
Chaulk early Yewell
Voyage (Reisetomate)
Yellow Brandywine
Aunt Ruby's German Green
Yellow Pear
Japanese Black Truffle
Tlacolula
Black Zebra
Cherokee Purple
Roma Nano
Kamatis Na Ligaw
Cuban Black
White Zebra
Malachnite Green
Indigo Rose
Rumi Banjan
Yellow Dragon
Violet Yasper
Silver Fir Tree
Black Cherry
Carbon Purple
Pink Acordian
Copia
Black Krim
Old Ivory Egg
Amur Tiger

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #5 on: October 24, 2015, 05:44:29 PM »
Thanks for the offer! I may wanna give a few a try if you have any that are warm hardy and disease resistant. Otherwise I grow so many exotic plants and have NEVER been able to grow a decent tomato plant. Seriously they grow good look fantastic get to fruiting then diseases coupled with our super hot summers rampant with pests always takes them out before I get more than like two decent tomatoes per plant. Ridiculous... I feel ashamed to admit it! I only do organic and will do nothing else. If I used harsh chems maybe I'd fair better results but then as far as I'm concerned I wouldn't wanna eat them lol. Not sure what knowledge it is I'm lacking. I've seen other organic gardeners in my own area have massive harvests.

What might you like in return if so?

Thanks!

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #6 on: October 25, 2015, 12:34:47 PM »
Looking for cassava and African potato mint 

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #7 on: October 25, 2015, 02:13:36 PM »
Thanks for the offer! I may wanna give a few a try if you have any that are warm hardy and disease resistant. Otherwise I grow so many exotic plants and have NEVER been able to grow a decent tomato plant. Seriously they grow good look fantastic get to fruiting then diseases coupled with our super hot summers rampant with pests always takes them out before I get more than like two decent tomatoes per plant. Ridiculous... I feel ashamed to admit it! I only do organic and will do nothing else. If I used harsh chems maybe I'd fair better results but then as far as I'm concerned I wouldn't wanna eat them lol. Not sure what knowledge it is I'm lacking. I've seen other organic gardeners in my own area have massive harvests.

What might you like in return if so?

Thanks!

lol... i know that feeling :)  I am in the same situation with melons

i have tomatoes what will be good for you
most cherry tomatoes are resistant and they have many fruits

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #8 on: October 25, 2015, 03:06:00 PM »
Looking for cassava and African potato mint

Not a problem! Pm me with your details and I'll send ya over mine.

Thanks!
Thanks for the offer! I may wanna give a few a try if you have any that are warm hardy and disease resistant. Otherwise I grow so many exotic plants and have NEVER been able to grow a decent tomato plant. Seriously they grow good look fantastic get to fruiting then diseases coupled with our super hot summers rampant with pests always takes them out before I get more than like two decent tomatoes per plant. Ridiculous... I feel ashamed to admit it! I only do organic and will do nothing else. If I used harsh chems maybe I'd fair better results but then as far as I'm concerned I wouldn't wanna eat them lol. Not sure what knowledge it is I'm lacking. I've seen other organic gardeners in my own area have massive harvests.

What might you like in return if so?

Thanks!

lol... i know that feeling :)  I am in the same situation with melons

i have tomatoes what will be good for you
most cherry tomatoes are resistant and they have many fruits

Cool! Let me know what you like in return as well.

Thanks again y'all!

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #9 on: October 26, 2015, 04:09:00 PM »
im open to any offer :))

im looking for something new, interesantig to grow

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #10 on: October 27, 2015, 06:16:58 AM »
What on my list that you don't grow interests you? There is in fact some "crazy" plants in that list. I like to grow rare culturally significant species. However not everyone is into that.

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #11 on: November 02, 2015, 04:25:01 PM »
Came in today, Thanks.

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #12 on: December 23, 2015, 01:56:54 PM »
I have katuk, shampoo ginger, thai basil, chocolate mint, wing beans and american beauty dragon fruit.
Also some banana plants, looks like dwarf Cavendish.

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #13 on: December 23, 2015, 02:04:04 PM »
Just saw your trade/sell list. I have some Annona Squamosa (Na Dai) seedlings in 4" pot too. Probably needs to be potted up

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Re: Cassava and chaya cuts to trade!
« Reply #14 on: December 31, 2015, 02:04:21 PM »
I replied just a moment ago to your thread recently posted. I think we could definitely set up a trade!

 

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